Post University

Bachelor of Science in Management - Human Resource Management (Online)

Today's Instructional Designers are leading the charge in creating highly interactive and engaging materials to supplement traditional classroom instruction and serve as the foundation for fully online learning options. Post University's Online BS in Instructional Design and Technology can help you develop the knowledge and skills needed to excel in this growing field. As an Instructional Designer you can: Build high-quality e-learning experiences for students of all ages; Design training materials, teaching manuals or student guides; Present and make recommendations on technology and instructional delivery methods; Develop multi-media materials to support K-12, higher education and corporate training settings; Our fully online accelerated format not only makes it possible to experience first-hand the benefits of well-designed online courses, but allows you to earn your degree at a time and place that's convenient for you-without sacrificing quality.

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